Fort Ward Park, Bainbridge Island

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State Park · Nature / Park
Fort Ward Park is park located along Rich Passage on the southern end of Bainbridge Island in Washington. Fort Ward Park is part of the Bainbridge Island Metro Park and Recreation District, on land which the former military base, Fort Ward, was located. It was a state park from 1960 to 2011 but is now locally managed.

Covering 137 acres (0.55 km2) of dense forest and underbrush, clam digging, bird watching and scuba diving are some of the activities available for park visitors.

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  • This is a great park for walking -- either through the woods on the upper part of the park or on the paved trail along the beach, which is wheelchair accessible . Historic military bunkers to...  more »
  • We go here almost daily to walk our dogs. The scenery is wonderful and there is an excellent chance to see eagles, kingfishers and herons  more »
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  • As you walk thw trial you will find old beach houses and a cool old bunker. Fun walk not to long and lots to see
  • Pretty spot on Rich Passage, decent boat ramp (but no dock).

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